Daily Archives: January 23, 2008

The 1970s and XeroX

Xerox, do you know any Black Management from Xerox in the 1970s? I do: Professor Stehpan T. Scott, MBA (An MBA for more than 25 years).

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Jack & Jill of America, Inc. Teen Leadership

A “Teen Leadership Development Training Program” was written by a Black Women for Jack & Jill of America, Inc.

Professor Jacqueline D. Parker-Scott, MBA, Ed.D.

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The Olympic Festival 1994

The youngest player to participate in the 1994 Olympic Festival and Broke the Festival Record for Blocked Shoots is a Black Women: Olympia Renee Scott (out of Stanford University).

She also has a story in the book The Scouting Way.

For a Biography of Olympia Scott go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympia_Scott

Now a two time Champion and eight (8) year Vet for the WNBA, For more info. Go To:

http://awonderfullifecoach.com

http://www.WNBA.com

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Who Was The Little Ghetto Boy? Stephen Thomas Scott

Who was the “little ghetto boy” running from the store in the Dr. Dre Video? Stephen Thomas Scott

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Oklahoma City TV History

The first Black Americans in the late 1990s to have a Black Owned and Produced TV program in 10 years  was BU! Production, Jackie C and Victor Gray.

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The Only Student: University of Central Oklahoma

The only student at the Univeristy of Central Oklahoma to hold a Master’s of Science in Counseling Psychology is a Black Women, Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., ABD.  Maybe oneday they will reinstate the degree, and she will be the “First”.

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Stanford University’s First Black Athlete

S. Edward Tucker, OBGYN, was the first Black Athlete to play sports for Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.

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